Family-Style dining in feeding area (Table & Chairs)
Movable furniture (i.e. Gliding Rocking Chairs can be moved to different areas)
Breast-Feeding space for mothers
Diapering Unit w/ Steps Diaper Wall Storage Quiet Space Rest Area Feeding Area Sand and Water Table Dramatic Play Storage Shelf Language/Reading Gross Motor Cubbies Blocks/Manipulatives/Sensory Door Door Door Diapering Area Infant Classroom
Storage Cabinets Adult Space Baby Gate Baby Gates
Total Amount Given: $13,000
-Amount Used: $11, 663.70
Balance: $1, 336.30
Rest Area ($3,237.16)
Cribs & Cots
Gliding Rocking Chairs
Diapering Area ($1, 058.68)
Diapering Unit with steps
Automatic soap dispenser/ Paper towels/Hand sanitizer
Hands-free diaper pail
Quiet Space ($239.82)
Soft & Soothing materials
Blocks Area ($1485.86)
Variety of textures
Art Area ($190.88)
Non-toxic & washable materials
Dramatic Play Area ($237.52)
Multi-cultural play food
RIE (infants are given items used in everyday life, which enhances social and play skills)
Adult Space ($976.85)
Couch (Breastfeeding for mothers)
Desk & chair (Planning, etc.)
Language/Reading Area ($719.59)
Gross Motor ($1, 530.93)
Soft Tunnel Set
Pushers (hands-on exploration)
Cleaning Supplies ($628.02)
Bought in Bulk (Sam’s Club)
Jakob needs and has:
Things he can crawl in and out and around of to promote his gross motor and coordination of body parts. The soft tunnel set is an important part of his day.
Mirrors so that he can see himself and visualize the movements he makes.
The soft folding mirror tent and soft folding pentagon mirror aide him in this.
Tumble Forms Tadpole Positioner
Corner Floor Sitter
Aiden needs and has:
Textured toys that motivate him to learn.
Toys with adjustable volumes.
Toys with sounds that have different pitches & tones
Both Aiden and Jakob play with:
Brightly colored toys and lights which increases their sight and other sensory stimulation
Most Importantly we aim to provide exposure to ordinary play as much as possible, after all they are still children!